Globalization and Free Trade Article Review by Top Papers

Globalization and Free Trade
A review of two articles on the results of globalization and free trade.
# 137218 | 1,500 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Economics (Globalization)


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This paper refers to course materials to explain differing view of globalization in relation to regulation, government policies, their effects. The paper looks at how Landsberg takes a typically liberal view of non-protectionism, and non-government interference, as compared to Stanford who points out the defects of poor policy made by governments that can show a low understanding of Canadian economics and society. The paper also addresses the decline of Canadian manufacturing and lost employment, and the reduced consumer base in both Canada and the U.S. and its implications.

From the Paper:

"This paper centers on two views of economic changes due to free trade and the forces of Globalization. Steven Landsberg is a professor of economics at the University of Rochester to presume that the American political system will continue to function as it has, for in his view it is logical and the absence of protectionism should be seen as promoting consumer choice and therefore as a demonstration of rights. Landsberg mentions free trade in relation to American job loss, outsourcing abroad, and American wages that cannot compete with those abroad to produce cheaper imported..."

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